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The Next 24 Hours – Cool, Damp Wednesday


A strong upper-air disturbance moving over the Tennessee Valley through the early hours of Wednesday morning will bring another round of mainly light to moderate showers (no storms). It will be cloudy, damp and chilly to start the day, and the weather will not be improving much as the day goes on! Clouds and light showers will prevent a big warm-up; expect a high in the lower to middle fifties by mid-afternoon.

The best chance of rain on Wednesday comes before Noon; however, some showers could linger through early afternoon east of US 231/431 from Fayetteville south through Huntsville, Arab, Albertville and Gadsden. As drier, colder air moves in Wednesday night, expect temperatures to fall down into the lower 30s late Wednesday night. Some frost and patchy fog is possible by Thursday morning.

Climate Data for November 7th
Sunrise: 6:14 AM
Sunset: 4:48 PM
Average High: 67 Record 81 (2005)
Average Low: 44 Record 25 (1993)

Hours of Daylight: 10:34 (1 minute shorter)

Wednesday’s Temperature Trend in Huntsville

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